Tea has an environmental and social footprint just like any other type of crop or product. Similar to coffee, there are a number of companies and coops that are trying to reduce their environmental impact, while also introducing a number of measures to guarantee the livelihood of those growing and selling the tea. For example, Greentealovers has attempted to reduce its carbon footprint with the help of its customers, and now uses 25 percent less fossil fuel heating and 90 percent less fossil fuel produced electricity (http://greentealovers.com/greenteacompanyenv.htm).
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